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Hey, there are a couple threads talking about running Link ECUs but they’re really old and a lot has changed since then. Does anyone on here run the G4X SupraLink ECU on their mk4? I am really leaning towards getting one but just wanted to check if anyone could give me some insight to what they think of it before making my decision. Maybe some thoughts on what they like or dislike, etc.

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I have an upcoming tune for my link g4x plug in ecu in december so cant give you a review quite yet. I went with this at the recommendation of the tuner instead of the ones you have to wire up like the storm, fury, xtreme. etc.
Yeah it’s really nice they have one already pinned up to connect to the Supra harness!
 

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Link ECU is super popular in the UK, probably half the ECU install's I do into Supra's use the SupraLink G4X these days.
I used to run one on my own Supra for about 4 years when I used to daily it. Overall I have no major complaints with the platform, it covers all the features I would need for most road going or club level race cars and can deliver it reliabily and smoothly. I must have around 100+ customers out there on Link and have been tuning Link for 8 years or so now, never had any issues with hardware reliability.

The logging on the ECU is really nice, probably one of my favourites to use. I wont compared every feature with every other ECU as that will take hours of writing, but in my opinion everything that is offered on the Link can compete with and sometime excel beyond their competition, so unless you have something really crazy that needs doing then Link will cover you. Like any standalone ECU, its only ever going to be as good as the guy calibrating it, so just make sure your tuner has good experience on the platform.
Thanks for the insight! It’s interesting how popular these are outside the US and I’m hoping they start to catch on more here. They kind of have a nice spot in the market in regards for the value they offer.
I've contemplated LINK as well, if its good enough for the UK and nearly every pro drifter, its good enough for my street car. That being said, I don't know of any tuners around the PNW that can help me so, I'm leaning towards Haltech.
Exactly, my biggest hold up is finding a competent tuner nearby who is familiar with their software.
 
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